Hundreds of people protested in Madrid yesterday, against the new government of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and called for elections in Spain.

Gathered at Madrid’s colon square, supporters of the unity of Spain waved flags, played national anthem and chanted slogans like: “elections now!” and “long life Spain”.

Protesters said they didn’t feel represented by the recently formed government although some said they agreed with the no-confidence vote against former leader Mariano Rajoy, adding they want a government which comes out from general elections.

On June 1, socialist Pedro Sanchez became Spain’s new Prime Minister after the parliament approved a no-confidence vote against people’s party Rajoy due to different corrupt cases at the party.

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